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Thread: Create an LCD Network Monitor using Opsview, Nagios and Nagvis

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    Default Create an LCD Network Monitor using Opsview, Nagios and Nagvis

    This looks like something I'd like to try out one day, when we replace some of our 12 y/o computers....

    To begin, what I wanted to do was to create a way to monitor servers and daily processes without using up one of my workstation screens. After MANY upgrades/updates and iterations, I have developed this easy(ish) solution. Adapt it to your environment and post back what you created! These are the steps I would personally use if starting from scratch.

    I won't get into too much detail, as there are plenty of Nagios/Nagvis resources on the web. This kind of monitor is ideal for a small to mid IT shop, but could easily be scalable higher.

    Part you'll need:
    LCD monitor. Any size
    LCD Mount
    Old Workstation
    Server (or Virtual Server)
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    Ops view is a lovely application when it comes to monitoring. Use this almost every day to monitor 700 servers
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamerican View Post
    Ops view is a lovely application when it comes to monitoring. Use this almost every day to monitor 700 servers
    What is it that you do?

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